1st Cavalry Division Eugenio di Savoia

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The 1st Cavalry Division Eugenio di Savoia was a cavalry division of the Royal Italian Army during World War II. The Eugenio di Savoia was mobilized in 1940, as a cavalry division and took part in the Invasion of Yugoslavia.wikipedia
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The 1st Cavalry Division Eugenio di Savoia was a cavalry division of the Royal Italian Army during World War II.
1 Cavalry Division Eugenio di Savoia (Yugoslavia, Yugoslavian occupation)

Bersaglieri

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Each division had two cavalry regiments, a highly-mobile infantry (Bersaglieri) regiment, an artillery regiment, and a light tank group.
11th Bersaglieri Regiment with the battalions XV, XXVII, XXXIII part of the 1st Cavalry Division Eugenio di Savoia

Federico Ferrari Orsi

The division was commanded by Lieutenant General Federico Ferrari Orsi.
In 1940 he was a Divisional General and commanded the 1st Cavalry Division Eugenio di Savoia.

Cavalry

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The 1st Cavalry Division Eugenio di Savoia was a cavalry division of the Royal Italian Army during World War II.

Division (military)

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The 1st Cavalry Division Eugenio di Savoia was a cavalry division of the Royal Italian Army during World War II.

Invasion of Yugoslavia

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The Eugenio di Savoia was mobilized in 1940, as a cavalry division and took part in the Invasion of Yugoslavia.

XI Army Corps (Italy)

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The division remained in Yugoslavia in the XI Corps (Ljubljana) as an occupying force on the coast of Dalmatia.

Ljubljana

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The division remained in Yugoslavia in the XI Corps (Ljubljana) as an occupying force on the coast of Dalmatia.

Dalmatia

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The division remained in Yugoslavia in the XI Corps (Ljubljana) as an occupying force on the coast of Dalmatia.

Yugoslav Partisans

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While in Yugoslavia, the 14 Alessandria Regiment is credited with having conducted the last cavalry charge by the Italian Army in World War II. On 17 October 1942 the regiment was encircled by a group of Yugoslav Partisans near Poloj, Croatia.

Croatia

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While in Yugoslavia, the 14 Alessandria Regiment is credited with having conducted the last cavalry charge by the Italian Army in World War II. On 17 October 1942 the regiment was encircled by a group of Yugoslav Partisans near Poloj, Croatia.

L3/35

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The tanks were typically L3/35s or Fiat L6/40s.

Fiat L6/40

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The tanks were typically L3/35s or Fiat L6/40s.

Lieutenant general

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The division was commanded by Lieutenant General Federico Ferrari Orsi.

1st Cavalry

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1st Cavalry Division Eugenio di Savoia, a unit of the Royal Italian Army

1st Division

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1st Cavalry Division Eugenio di Savoia – Italian Army during World War II

Army of the Po

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1st Cavalry (celere) Division Eugenio di Savoia: General Federico Ferrari Orsi

11th Bersaglieri Regiment

On 1 February 1938, the 11th Bersaglieri Regiment was assigned to the Celere Division "Eugenio di Savoia" (1^), together with Cavalry Regiments "Piemonte Reale" and "Cavalleggeri Saluzzo", the 1st Celere Artillery Regiment, as well as the 1st Light Tanks Group "San Giusto".

Operation Achse

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The 1st Cavalry Division Eugenio di Savoia, stationed in Dalmatia, was dispersed.